CM of Uttarakhand said – Corona will not spread by the grace of Mother Ganga in Kumbh

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CM of Uttarakhand said - Corona will not spread by the grace of Mother Ganga in Kumbh

CM of Uttarakhand said – Corona will not spread by the grace of Mother Ganga in Kumbh- Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat is once again in controversy. This time he has made absurd statements about Kumbh and Corona. Rawat has said that the corona will not spread by the grace of Mother Ganga in Kumbh. It is also said that it is wrong to compare Kumbh and Markaj. According to Rawat, last year, the corona from Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi spread from a closed room as there were people in one room, while the Kumbh area in Haridwar is in an open environment up to Neelkanth and Devprayag.

On the crowds of millions gathered in Kumbh and questions arising due to not following the Corona Guidelines, Rawat said, ‘There are more than 16 ghats in Haridwar. It cannot be compared to Markaz. ”Let us know that the third royal bath is going on in Kumbh on Wednesday. Earlier, the Corona Guidelines were not followed during the royal bath on Monday.

More than 3.5 million people attended Monday’s royal bath. Of these, 18,169 people were screened, out of which 102 were found infected. The administration claims that entry is being given to the same devotees who have RT-PCR negative report in Kumbh region. But the ground reality is different. The central government has already said that Kumbh could become a super spreader of Corona. The state should be careful.

Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress raise questions

Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut has said that those returning from Kumbh can become spreaders of Corona. Raut says that the Shiv Sena government is sad to ban festivals, but it is necessary to save people’s lives. Nawab Malik, a minister and NCP spokesman in the Maharashtra government, said that the epidemic situation would worsen due to Kumbh and electoral rallies. Congress leader and minister Aslam Sheikh says that the state government will have to set guidelines for those returning from Haridwar.

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